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During my Taekwondo class, I help teach the newbies. About half-way through the class, (it's an hour long) i begin to get very, very wet. I don't feel aroused or have any sexual feelings towards any of the students. This happens often, and sometimes i think i'm starting my period so i'll run to the bathroom to check. Is there any explanation or way to stop it? It can get annoying and distract me from teaching. I get paranoid as well because my uniform is pure white and if i start my period i want to catch it so i don't stain my uniform in front of the whole class! I'm beginning to ignore it, but it's still distracting.
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Sometimes this can happen, and it's perfectly normal. Part of this is the movement you're doing kind of "pushing" or assisting natural discharge out of the body. The other part is it's likely also some sweat. Have you thought of just using a thin panty-liner? Then you won't have to run out to check, and it's also not noticeable you're wearing it.

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